Headley was in LeT hub on 26/11

Headley was in LeT hub on 26/11


The inference was drawn after officials re-examined the telephonic intercepts between the 26/11 masterminds and the ten Pakistani terrorists who had unleashed mayhem on the unsuspecting people of the metropolis last year.

The intercepts revealed that the terrorists were given specific instructions about entry and exit by an unidentified voice, and that they were also chided for taking more time in reaching the final targets—the Taj Mahal and the Oberoi Trident hotels and the Nariman House in south Mumbai.

According to the investigators, the voice is most certainly that of Headley.
They have also asked for his voice sample from the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), which has indicted Headley and Pakistan-born Canadian, Rana.
If the two samples are matched, all suspicions about Headley’s involvement in the attacks will be confirmed.

The unidentified voice in the intercepts was giving information on the exact surroundings of the terrorists’ targets. However, the FBI is yet to respond to the Indian request, it is learnt.
The intercepts reveal that the unidentified voice was that of Headley, and that he was frequently prompting LeT attacks commander Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi, who is currently facing trial in a Pakistan court in connection with the Mumbai carnage. Lakhvi, who was personally directing the terrorists, was passing on instructions received from the unidentified voice to the attackers.

The culprit
*Headley was in LeT control room in Pakistan during the attacks
*Terrorists were given specific instructions by an unidentified voice
*Investigators have asked for Headley’s voice sample from the FBI
*FBI yet to respond to the Indian sleuths’ request for voice sample

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